A 15-year-old James Bond Easter egg leaves fans desperate to see 007’s most unlikely mission

Daniel Craig officially sang his swan song as MI6 Agent 007 in 2021 no time to die, leaving the space wide open for someone else to take the reins. His run as Bond spanned over 15 years, beginning in 2006 Casino royale in which he starred alongside Eva Green and Mads Mikkelsen. Even though Casino royale is not as relevant today as some of Craig’s more recent works, Bond fanatics still note Easter eggs in Craig’s Bond debut; One even suggests that before he sent off his resignation to M (Judi Dench), Bond emailed a request for… stationery.

Apparently the notorious James Bond needed stationery so badly that he felt the need to email his superiors about it. Well, he blows through a lot of laser pens, and there’s almost certainly a notebook device he needs badly, so maybe that’s why. It’s such a minor detail, but it opens up a whole world of possibilities for Bond fans everywhere, especially when they start imagining the scene where Bond creates the email – and even M’s reaction.

After all of Bond’s exploits since 2006, what fans are most excited about is his stationery hunt, which may well be his most unlikely mission yet. He’s dealt with the likes of Le Chiffre (Mikkelsen), Dominic Greene (Mathieu Amalric), Raoul Silva (Javier Bardem), Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Christoph Waltz) and Lyutsifer Safin (Rami Malek), but his greatest nemesis is one multiple lack of offices supplies. Maybe there’s deleted footage somewhere if we’re lucky.

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Lindsay Lowe

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